Pink Shirts Remind Us To Be Kind

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This Wednesday, students wore pink shirts to show their support for a bullying-free atmosphere. Pink Shirt Day, an international movement against bullying, was celebrated at all three campuses.

Senior School students handed out pink ribbons and cupcakes in exchange for students signing the Commitment to Kindness banner. Senior students also visited the Junior School to spread the no-bullying message.

Below, we talk to members of the Grade 6 Legacy Builders, who are spending their school year creating a stronger no-bullying culture at the Middle School. As part of Pink Shirt Day, they created random acts of kindness for other students to complete.

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